Our food and wine walking tours in Porto feel less like tours and more like taking a walk with a local friend who knows a lot about the history of Porto and strives for each and every guest to fall in love with the city. Over the past 7 years we've been recommended by Anthony Bourdain, Lonely Planet, The Guardian, The New York Times, and The National Geographic. And because we believe deeply in tourism having a positive impact on our community, a portion of the tour ticket price is donated to a local charity that helps feed the ones in need. Scroll down to see our Porto Food Tours.
Downtown Food Tour
Join our expert local guide and go beyond the most popular tourist attractions for a taste of the real Porto. This Food Tour includes a visit to the centenary local food market. Only for hardcore foodies. We accommodate some food restrictions.
Looking for things to do in Porto? Our Vintage Food Tour is loved by first-time visitors and covers 3 kilometers of classic Portuguese food & drinks, history, architecture, and culture. This Food Tour includes a mini-masterclass in Port wine as well.
Porto is all about port wine, right? Turns out 'no'. This beer tour is perfect for craft beer enthusiasts. Learn the basics of brewing, explore the craft beer history of Porto, discover some of the brewing techniques and have a lot of fun (and beer) along the way.
Would you like to see Porto through the lens of a local but prefer walking on your own without a tour guide and visiting local places at your own pace? Search no more! You'll love this self-guided tasting tour of Porto. Available in 7 languages: 🇯🇵 🇰🇷🇪🇸🇺🇸🇫🇷🇵🇹 🇩🇪
I was so thrilled to find out that the tours had started running again and was very pleased with all of the precautions being taken to keep everyone safe. I was the only one on the tour and was lucky to have Sergio as my guide. He was very knowledgeable about the food and the town and a pleasure to spend three hours with.
My husband and I did this tour on our first day in Porto during our honeymoon. Both of us have visited local breweries in our home, and decided it might be fun to experience the brewery culture in Portugal. We are so glad that we did! It was honestly one of our favorite nights in Porto!
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